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Tue Nov 29 2022


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> read lab papers

You pick up a stack of papers and start glancing through their titles.

When is a neuron like an epithelial cell. Maxwell G. Heiman, Developmental Biology 2022. pdf

Axon-dendrite and apical-basolateral sorting in a single neuron. Monique Lillis, Nathan J. Zaccardi, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Genetics 2022. pdf

Loss of the extracellular matrix protein DIG-1 causes glial fragmentation, dendrite breakage, and dendrite extension defects. Megan K. Chong *, Elizabeth R. Cebul *, Karolina Mizeracka *, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Journal of Developmental Biology 2021. pdf

Lineage-specific control of convergent differentiation by a Forkhead repressor. Karolina Mizeracka, Julia M. Rogers, Shai Shaham, Martha L. Bulyk, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Development 2021. pdf

Cell-type-specific promoters for C. elegans glia. Wendy Fung *, Leigh Wexler *, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Journal of Neurogenetics 2020. pdf

Dendrites with specialized glial attachments develop by retrograde extension using SAX-7 and GRDN-1. Elizabeth R. Cebul *, Ian G. McLachlan *, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Development 2020. pdf

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> talk to lab members

You introduce yourself to the lab members standing nearby. "Hi. I'm visiting." They introduce themselves: there are two graduate students, Candice and Elizabeth; a postdoc, Karolina; and a lab manager, Megan; plus a technician, Winnie, who helps with culture media. A small glowing box holds the memories of former lab members. Who would you like to talk to?